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The Psychology of Settlement

What causes people to make up their minds, and what makes them change their minds.

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Arbitrator Block describes the panel’s inquiry as addressing both the fact-finding and decisional aspects of the trier’s role.

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A discussion of the process – logical and intuitive – by which decisions are made

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Decisional thinking: West Coast panel report:Conclusion and Panel discussion

The panelists discuss discovery, the duty of full disclosure, evidence, burden of proof, testimony, production of witnesses, Title VII, the duty of fair representation, and a broad range of subjects pertaining to decision-making in arbitration.

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Two principal aspects of the decision-making process in a given case involve: (1) fact-finding – an evaluation of the factual record of the case; and (2) rule determination – establishing the applicable rules or contract criteria. The article expands upon this premise.

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Chicago panel discussion

A panel discussion covering a wide range of topics about the arbitration and litigation of labor-management matters, and the decision-making process associated with each.

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